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A sidesplitting, enemies-to-lovers 101 Dalmatians-inspired romantic comedy

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Cowboys live by their word, their wits, and their loyalty.

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How much will she risk to keep her perfect life?

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Garrett will use every tender weapon to seduce her—and prove she’s worthy of true love.

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The Albertini family has no intention of letting a possible romance fizzle out

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Lady Mary's traveling companion has disappeared and only one man believes she ever existed.

Little Girls by Ronald Malfi


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Also by Ronald Malfi:

Little Girls, September 2021
Trade Size / e-Book
Little Girls, July 2017
Mass Market Paperback
December Park, May 2014
Paperback / e-Book
Cradle Lake, June 2013
Trade Size / e-Book
The Boy in the Lot, September 2012
The Narrows, September 2012
Trade Size / e-Book
Borealis, October 2011
Floating Staircase, October 2011
The Ascent, September 2010

Little Girls
Ronald Malfi

September 2021
On Sale: August 31, 2021
352 pages
ISBN: 1496736621
EAN: 9781496736628
Kindle: B0738LSPZC
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The Bram Stoker Award finalist delivers a chilling horror novel of a childhood revisited, memories resurrected, and fears reborn.

Years ago, Laurie escaped the troubled house where she was raised. Now she is returning, with her husband and ten-year-old daughter, to claim the estate. But even though her father exorcised his demons in a final act of desperation, the past refuses to die. Laurie can feel it lurking in the broken moldings and empty picture frames. She even hears it laughing in the moldy greenhouse deep in the woods . . .

At first, Laurie thinks she’s imagining things. But when she meets her daughter’s new playmate, she notices her uncanny resemblance to another little girl who used to live next door—and died next door. As Laurie’s uneasiness grows stronger, her thoughts get more disturbing. Is she slowly losing her mind like her father did? Or is something truly unspeakable happening?


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